Opinion

Termination Videos: Why Are They An Issue? The "Quit-Tok" Trend

A new trend, called "Quit-Tok," involves employees recording termination meetings and posting the videos to TikTok. We examine.
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Cyber Shield Laws Will Blunt Litigation, But Loss Prevention Lowers Breach Risks

A state passes a safe harbor law regarding data breaches. We examine the law and explain why loss prevention is still your best approach to breaches.
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Too Sick To Come To Work? What Should Managers Consider?

Some managers pressure employees to come to work when they are sick. We explain why that is not a best practice.
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Articles

Is Your Child Safe Environment Training Up To The Task?

Religious organizations have many ways to show their commitment to preventing child sexual abuse. We examine what content is needed for child safe environment training.
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Ask Leslie: What Will The Impact Be Of The U.S. Supreme Court's Overruling The Chevron Case?

Leslie Zieren
An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. the effect on labor and employment law from a recent Supreme Court decision.
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What Actions Are Considered Whistleblower Retaliation Against School Staff?

A jury awards a former security guard $800,000. He was discharged for reporting wrongdoing. What other types of actions can be considered retaliation?
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Duty To Review Fees Remains Under ERISA

Retirement plan participants allege they paid excessive fees after being defaulted into "essentially expensive target-date funds." We examine the fiduciary duty to maintain reasonable fees.
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